The announcer at the Vectren Dayton Air Show asked people in the audience to submit any video of the crash for an investigation by the National Transportation Safety Board.
This after a biplane performing stunts for an air show crashed into a runway Saturday in front of thousands of spectators, killing its pilot. Jim LeRoy, 46, of Billings, Montana, was in one of two planes making loop-to-loops with smoke trailing as part of the annual air show at Dayton International Airport. His S2S Bulldog biplane slammed into the runway across a field from spectators and caught fire. The crowd stood stunned as the show was shut down.